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Here are some projects that you may find useful information and resources.
1. Network for Astronomy School Education (NASE)
2. Global Hands-On Universe
3. Galileo Teacher Training Program (GTTP)
4. Open Astronomy Schools
5. Einstein Schools
6. Universe AwareEness
7. Space Scoop
8. AstroEDU
9. ITAU, Iranian Teacher's Astronomical Union (in Persian)
10. STEM Lessons for Educators – NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
11. Activity - Finding your Latitude during Daytime by ITAU
Anything missing? email us.

Information about seasons
1. Seasons Around the World activity from astroEDU
2. Explanation of seasons on openStax

Total solar eclipse is amazing celestial event, you can find resources related to the solar eclipse below.
1. International Astronomical Union Inter-Division C-E Working Group Solar Eclipses
The web page of the IAU Working Group on Solar Eclipses contains a wide variety of material and links relevant to observing solar eclipses. It is suitable for the general public as well as advanced amateur astronomers and professional astronomers. Maps of the paths of totality and annularity, cloudiness statistics based on past spacecraft observations, information on the safety of eclipse observations, and many other pieces of information are linked. The website should be viewed as a “one-stop shop” for eclipse information.
2. NASA Eclipse website with maps of eclipses
3. Solar eclipses maps from Heavens above
4. Solar eclipses maps from timeanddate.com
5. Totality app
6. Live boardcast of Total Solar Eclipse on Dec 4, 2021
from Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic
from CosmosSapiens
from NASA and Union Glacier, Antarctica